Windows 7 comes in two flavors, 32bit and 64bit. Sometimes there is a need to switch your operating system from one version to another for compatibility purposes or if you have 4GB or more of memory. Here we show you the how to downgrade Windows 7 to 32-bit or upgrade to 64-bit if you want.

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Open-AudIT and OCS Inventory AG might be useful for churches and other non-profits that need basic IT asset management solutions.

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How to downgrade iOS 8 to iOS 7.1.2 provides a method for downgrading iOS installs on multiple devices, and the links to the required iOS IPSW packages. This method will likely only work for a relatively short amount of time after any given iOS release due to Apple’s code-signing, but it’s helping me today by upgrading an original iPad mini to iOS 7.1.2 instead of iOS 8.0 even after iOS 8 was released.

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Skyline OSX is another site that looks like it has some useful hackintosh information – including relatively clearly-written guides…

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Tonymacx86 includes an interesting thread on using the Clover UEFI boot loader for mackintosh: ultrazones guide for Z77X-UD5H + Mavericks + Clover UEFI mode.

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These two articles – Multi Environment WordPress wp-config.php and One wp-config for Multiple Servers — provide nice configurations for automatically switching between development, staging, and live deployments of WordPress.

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Amazon’s Video Event Tomorrow

Just thinking out loud…

What if Amazon’s video event tomorrow goes in an unexpected direction?

1. Lots of rumors of both a set-top box (a la AppleTV) and an HDMI dongle (a la Chromecast).
2. Game controller rumors.
3. Rumors – immediately denied – of a free TV streaming service.
4. A $20 annual price hike on Amazon Prime, which includes a steaming video library.
5. A proven ability and willingness to sell hardware at or slightly below cost to build share and profit later on sell-through of other Amazon products (a la Kindle).

Amazon is launching a video device – that seems pretty certain. And they are launching into a crowded field and need to stand out. So what if you combine different parts of the facts and rumors listed above?

Here’s my prediction of what could be a pretty radical announcement from Amazon tomorrow…

“Starting to ship out tomorrow, Amazon will ship a free Kindle TV HDMI device to every Amazon Prime member. Additional devices will be available for $30 each. Each dongle will ship with access to the full Amazon Prime video library, as well as the ability to rent and purchase other videos from our extensive library of movies and TV.

“Of course, users will also be able to access music and video from their Amazon cloud accounts. And each Kindle TV will come with other apps built in for access to Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, and Spotify with universal search across all content sources. More apps will roll out from other partners in the coming months.

“And for those who are interested in gaming, we have a solution as well – Kindle TV Plus. Kindle TV Plus is a small set-top box that ships with two game controllers, and a library of games from free to paid offerings including many of the top hits available on iOS and Android. Kindle TV Plus includes all the features of Kindle TV, and is available tomorrow starting at $99 each – or $79 each for Prime members.”

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Rampagedev has posted step-by-step instructions on how to install install OS X 10.9 Mavericks on a Hackintosh with the Clover boot loader (as well as with MyHack).

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13 Sources For Free Public Domain and CC0-Licensed Images looks like it points to some great image libraries.

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ScreenSleeves uses album art from the tracks you are playing from iTunes or Spotify to provide your screensaver. Mac only.

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